Luis Gómez Romero
How Trump’s NAFTA Renegotiations Could Help Mexican Workers
Lax labor standards in Mexico are indeed a problem with NAFTA. But they are North America’s problem to solve.
In Mexico, Undocumented Migrants Risk Deportation to Aid Earthquake Victims
A group of undocumented Central American migrants who, interrupting their travel northward to the U.S., stayed in Mexico to help clean up debris and assist the victims.
Mexico’s Military Is a Lethal Killing Force: Should It Really Be Deployed as Police?
Some of the main drivers of Mexico’s abysmal violence are the country’s armed forces.
A Decade of Murder and Grief: Mexico’s Drug War Turns 10 Years Old
Mexico’s drug war rages on, virtually unchanged. It is time to ask: what has the decade-long cartel strategy achieved?
Just Who Are the Millions of ‘Bad Hombres’ Slated for Deportation?
In Trump’s apocalyptic worldview, “gang members” and “drug dealers” with “criminal records” are invading America. But analysis reveals that image is far from reality.
The Wall and the Beast: Trump’s Triumph From the Mexican Side of the Border (OPINION)
For Mexico, the only way to overcome Trump is by showing him that he may have the power and the money to build a huge wall, but he has neither justice nor reason on his side.